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2019 Freightliner Sprinter 2500 Diesel 4X4


Listed 8 months ago
Plymouth, Michigan

Seller's Description

Price drop to $90k; will entertain offers. Lots more photos via the links at the bottom! Up for sale is my 2019 Freightliner Sprinter 144" Diesel, 4X4, 2500 hi-roof.. Purchased new at Werner Vans outside Salt Lake City. Will entertain offers. Carfax report, purchase sheet, and service records included in the photos link at the bottom. I also have 4 keys, but one is missing the physical key portion (i'll try to find that, but the fob works fine without it). Van specs: 144" Diesel, 4X4, 2500 hi-roof. Miles: 40,9XX. All recommended service done at recommended intervals by Mercedes/Freightliner dealers. Offered with 5 year/100k mile extended limited warranty (beginning 2/24/2020, photo provided). Dealer told me this is transferable. Build Specs: I built this (with help) and put at least $25k into it (I stopped counting around then, but there is probably closer to $30k into it, not including the van). Fully custom build. Took more than two months, more than full time, at least two people working. Suspension - Vancompass stage 4 suspension, installed by CampFyre vans in Reno. Adjustable rear shocks and added leaf. Not lifted, but ride height increases roughly 2 inches with this kit. Plus the 16 inch steel wheels wrapped in BFG K02 LT265/75/R16 tires add a bit more clearance over stock. These are the largest tires that fit without any modifications/trimming. I'll include the (unused) tire chains pictured. Electrical- Bundle purchased from AM Solar, I installed. Includes 4 x 100 amp-hour Battleborn Lithium-ion batteries, 3000 watt Victron inverter, vinctron controller, alternator charging, shore power plug-in concealed underneath. Outlets include fast-charging USB-C. No solar is included, but i did run a wire to the ceiling in the event I wanted to add it. Without turning the van on you can get about 5 days of electricity out of the batteries (set to shut off at 20%, for battery health). Refrigerator - Nova Kool R5810 5.8 CU FT AC/DC Refrigerator with Freezer, wired to run on DC. Freezer gets cold enough for ice. Propex propane heater installed under the passenger seat. Manchester 6814 - 7.9 gallon RV propane tank mounted outside under the driver's side. Doesn't compromise ground clearance. Though you are encouraged to use the valve shield, included. 24hr/every day heating a tank lasts about a week. Just using it at nights about 2 weeks. Just using the stove a tank lasts months. 2-burner propane stove. MaxxAir deluxe fan mounted near the center of the van with remote. Wood throughout is baltic birch plywood. Covered with clear varnish in the "garage" area under the bed and anywhere else exposed (inside cupboards and the like). Wrapped in thin foam and then covered in fabric in the living area. Some framing is pine on the cabinets. Countertop is sealed maple butcher block. Passenger seat has a Scopema swivel from Agile OffRoad. This rubbed when purchased (designed incorrectly for the '19+ vans) so I had to trim tabs off. Lagun swivel table mount Quest Overland custom magnetic window covers for all windows and fan. Includes screen upper on driver and passenger windows. Sliding door window cover also includes lower flaps if you want to change that window out to an aftermarket one that opens. 20 gallon water tank, attached to 12V water pump and diffuser. Plumbed with pex, connected to the adapter at the pump as required so they don't wiggle loose. Bed is a king size memory foam mattress, trimmed to fit. I'm very tall, so I made it as large as I could justify. It is wider than a Queen, but also shorter (queen and king are same length). See photos for rough measurements. Thinsulate insulation in walls, ceiling, and in headliner at the front. Minicell insulation in the floor- strips cut to fill the ridges, then a solid sheet over that. Covered by the wooden Mercedes OEM floor, covered in a sheet of linoleum. The idea with linoleum being I have a solid impermeable floor surface front to back. Nico brand sound deadening on walls and ceiling, in addition to some that comes stock. Drawer slides in the "garage" under the bed are 265 lb load capacity slides on the top two, and a 485 lb capacity slide on the bottom (per the info when I bought them). You can have the square cast iron (it fits well on the back burner). And i'll throw in some other misc. things I have for the sink and the like. Known issues: I'll try to be as transparent as possible with problems i'm aware of. Photos reflect rock chips and the like. "Trail rash" from trees/brush on the paint, running the length of the van. This was built for and adventure and adventure it did. I had the exterior professionally detailed with paint correction, but lines remain, visible at the right angle. It is white, so hides it fairly well. Dents on the sliding door at the top (from branches). I backed into a pole at a campground (thought I was tall enough) and it broke the rear driver side reflector and pushed in the bumper a bit (pictured). Certainly going less than 5 MPH when I hit that. I pushed that out. Rear lower passenger mounting point for the aftermarket shock sheared off at the axle. I suspect the tire installers used it as a jack point, damaged it, and it eventually broke loose. No one took responsibility, naturally. I had a new bracket manufactured and professionally welded on. The workmanship is exceptional. If I didn't tell you, you probably wouldn't notice. That happened at least 20k miles ago, and it remains sound. That shock has a small dent as a result, but has not been problematic. Interior overhead lights are attached to a dimmer, but they only work at full power (you can move the dimmer switch but they stay on full). Backsplash is stone, and it began to discolor from cooking (pictured). All living area drawers are soft-close except the bottom one next to the refrigerator. Just could never get it to work properly. Normal wear and tear otherwise, but I went through and touched up all the paint and pretty thoroughly cleaned the interior, including shampoo the seats. I installed the propane system, and trusted it for nearly two full years living in the van full-time. Please use a propane and C02 detector at all times. Van is sold as-is. Message me if you want to know more. Build photos: Van Photos:


  • make: Freightliner branded Mercedes
  • model: Sprinter
  • year: 2019
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 40,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

About the Seller

L. Garrett
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